Tornado as seen from Protection, Comanche County, Kansas, on 21 Mar 2005.
Photo by Orlin Loucks.
"A tornado southeast of Protection at about 1:30 p.m. on March 21, 2005. I took this photo from in front of my auto parts store. It did not do any damage in town. It was about 2 miles southeast of town on Kiowa creek. It did touch down for just a little ways." -- Orlin Loucks.
History of the Protection Mennonite Church by Orlin Loucks, 1997.
A Gallery of Orlin Louck's Photographs, Comanche County, Kansas
Protection hit by tornado on 23 May 2008
The city of Protection in Comanche County took a direct hit from a tornado Friday, although the damage seemed mostly limited to overturned trees and power lines. The worst destruction occurred at a manufacturing plant, a Comanche County Sheriff's dispatcher said... The city of Greensburg, Kansas, which was largely destroyed a year ago by a massive twister, reported minor damage when a tornado hopped from the western edge to the eastern edge of town Friday. "The funnel cloud went directly over the top of Greensburg," said Ray Stegman, Kiowa County emergency preparedness manager. " -- More tornadoes strike Kansas, Oklahoma, Associated Press, 24 May 2008.
Thanks to Orlin Loucks for contributing the above photo to this web site!
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